Located in Chicago, Illinois, Loretto Hospital offers a variety of addiction treatment options including Drug Addiction and Alcohol Addiction and accepts the following accepted insurances: Medicaid, Medicare, Most Insurances. Drug and alcohol addiction is a very serious matter and the concept of addiction should never be taken lightly. At Loretto Hospital, their main goal is to treat those that struggle with chronic substance abuse through innovative treatment methods and high-quality care.
Promising a unique approach to addiction treatment through drug and alcohol abuse programs in Chicago, Illinois, Loretto Hospital places a strong emphasis on certain suggested treatment approaches that cater specifically to the unique needs of their patients.
Such treatment approaches that Loretto Hospital offers may include: Personalized Treatment Plan. Addiction treatment services are available to 18+ and certain insurances are accepted, which include: Medicaid, Medicare, Most Insurances. Get started on embarking upon your journey of recovery by contacting Loretto Hospital from their website at www.lorettohospital.org.
Very good atmosphere to regain your good health and staffs are heaven sent 😍
I really think this I a good hospital even though they don't have enough equipments like the other big hospitals. The CEO of the hospital have a rule that all the workers in the hospital must abide to and that is always smile, say hi to whoever you come across with and tell them thanks for choosing the Loretto hospital and I think that is very good of him to implement that because I thought he was just talking but I realized the team members actually do these things. Based on my experience the nurses are super nice they help the medical students a lot and the doctors are humble and nice. Am so glad my school sent me there for my rotations.
First off i would like to say Loretto Hospital is a 5 star Neighborhood Hospital,Compared to others i have been to.West Suburban takes entirely Tooo long just to see you! I took my daughter there and she was throwing up had a high fever and so forth.They said is was a virus of some sort.They sent her home and nothing got better,infact things just got worser,the throwing up and fever with chills got worser,So i took her up to Loretto it was closer and it was in the single digits outside this day.She was examined and TESTS were ran,Something West Suburban DIDN'T DO!..Later on the doctor came and told us she had a Urinary Tract Infection for weeks messing around with the Diagnosis the other hospital gave..So to each HIS OWN!! I never had any bad experiences with this hospital,And im generally a U.I.C. patient..So Defeinetly did their job in helping my child get better! DUECES!!!
I was in the psyche ward back around 2003, I also went to the basic care clinic and the outpatient clinic across the street; really the staff was decent to me, the care was very basic, my health needs were met , the icing on the cake was a lady doctor that convinced me to quit smoking cold turkey after 35 years and I did it! The psyche doctor prescribed Risperadol though without explaining it would eventually change my metabolism and cause weight gain....I have been moved away from the Austin/ Lawndale area for many years now but if I did live close by I would go to Loretto again.
Nice and friendly people
This hospital has been the best. They helped my family find my father in law after 3 months missing. We are very grateful that they posted his picture on the news, if they didn't we would of never knew he was here. Thank you to the paramedics who helped bring him to the hospital. What a miracle! Thank God! We found him before Christmas. This is everything we wanted.
Every time I come here it's not as bad as you might think. I can't even give the staff a bad review some of the nurses are actually pretty nice people. What I will say is that I was given a horrible experience by ignorant paramedics on my way to Loretto. It doesn't give me a bad perception of all paramedics, just the two jackasses that I had the displeasure of handling me with their snide remarks on my mental well-being. The only problem is the wait time at this place, but when you're exhausted it can seem like you're there for days when it's only been a few hours. The nurses I've met have always been nice or very chill, even when I've been a bit of a psycho.
I've been in Loretto Hospital for Treatment of Substance Abuse and I was pleased with the staff members whom did their best to work with me. I was a HELL--RAISER!!!! When I first got there,(that was the drugs not me!!) But the ppl there are great, I'd love to work at Loretto Hospital as a Drug and Alcohol Councelor or work there as House Keepin'!!!!! It really doesn't matter what kind of job I get in that hospital as long as it's at LORETTO HOSPITAL.
I witnessed my first ever code blue in the Loretto Hospital few days back. I was extremely impressed and pleased with how organized the whole process was. Everything was done in an orderly manner with accuracy and proper timing. I want to congratulate all of the staff of the Loretto Hospital who were involved in the code blue drill. Also, a very special thanks to everyone at the Med Surg who r so pleasant and efficient running the place. Med Surg is the best department in the Loretto Hospital as per my own experience.